Nestled in the heart of picturesque Port Orange, our exclusive homesites offer the perfect canvas for your dream estate home. With sprawling landscapes and breathtaking views, you’ll wake up to the beauty of nature every day. With expansive space at your disposal, let your imagination run wild as you craft the perfect oasis for you and your loved ones.
At the Estates at Brown’s Landing, you can enjoy the tranquility of your private haven without sacrificing convenience. You’re just a stone’s throw away from Port Orange’s vibrant shopping, dining, and entertainment options.
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Settlers Ridge1.0 Acres
Settlers Ridge | Homesite 1, 1.0 Acres | Available
This magnificent one-acre home site offers 179 feet of exclusive east side frontage, commands the coveted western corner at the enclave’s entrance, and includes a generous easement for even more privacy. There is an abundance of land both behind and to the side to create an impressive arrival.
This one-of-a-kind home site also provides convenient access in and out of the community. Part high ground, Settlers Ridge is dotted with both tall pines and oaks with a hint of a stream at its northern end, a blank and beautiful canvas ready to fulfill even the most discerning home owner’s dreams.
Wood Brooke1.0 Acres
Wood Brooke | Homesite 2, 1.0 Acres | Available
Densely forested with many tall native pines, Wood Brooke is high and dry and offers a tiny brook running literally through your backyard from northeast to southwest.
Located near the entrance, this home site allows for quick and easy ingress and egress from the community with an abundance of conservation land behind and to the west side to ensure a maximum amount of privacy and seclusion.
Creek Bridge2.21 Acres
Creek Bridge | Homesite 3, 2.21 Acres | Available
Not only does Creek Bridge encompass the third largest area and offer the widest home site in the portfolio, it is perhaps the most unique because it boasts a private bridge over the creek to hearald your arrival home.
This site exclusively offers an impressive, very long natural setback for y our custom estate home, which will be built to perch discreetly at the top of the hill. Cushioned to the rear by large native pines and an abundance of land to each side, this site provides unparalleled privacy and ample room for outdoor living.
Pasture Run1.33 Acres
Pasture Run | Homesite 4, 1.33 Acres | Available
Once part of the northeastern edge of the original meadow, Pasture Run is the first of only seven sites in the portfolio to be located on relatively flat ground worked by the original landowners. It is only one of three sites boasting the widest frontage.
Slightly pie-shaped with ample room for backyard splendor cocooned by extensive natural vegetation and a small stream to the rear of the site, Pasture Run assures privacy and the extra land to imagine your ultimate Florida lifestyle.
Big Meadow1.11 Acres
Big Meadow | Homesite 5, 1.11 Acres | Available
Big Meadow is one of only seven sites in the portfolio located on the original meadow cleared for hay cultivation by the original landowners.
One of the deepest sites in the portfolio with relatively flat land, offering over 340 feet and ample side buffers, Big Meadow will give you unlimited potential to imagine and create an amazing landscape, a gardener’s paradise, or an enormous backyard recreational pavilion.
Sarah Dunn1.05 Acres
Sarah Dunn | Homesite 6, 1.05 Acres | Available
One of two exquisite home sites bordering the community’s southwest flank, Sarah Dunn is named after one of the area’s original pioneer founders. Sarah’s last name was combined with husband Charles Lawton’s last name to create the Dunlawton moniker still used and celebrated today.
Part of the meadow that now comprises just seven home sites within the portfolio, Sarah Dunn lies adjacent to a seasonal retention open space for more views to the west side. With ample side setbacks and an enormous amount of land to the rear, your backyard paradise is limited only by your imagination.
Charles Lawton2.67 Acres
Charles Lawton | Homesite 7, 2.67 Acres | Available
The largest site in the portfolio and one of two exquisite home sites bordering the southwest flank, Charles Lawton is named for one of the area’s original pioneers who purchased the entire Deen track of land in 1832. Combining his name with his wife Sarah Dunn created the Dunlawton moniker we all know and celebrate today.
Part of the meadow that now comprises just seven home sites, Charles Lawton offers southwestern exposure and a wide open view to the seasonal retention open space to the north. This enormous home site has maximum breathing room to be shaped to your unique specifications.
Old Cistern1.6 Acres
Old Cistern | Homesite 8, 1.6 Acres | SOLD
Most likely the site of an old and essential cistern used to collect fresh water in the 1930s to support the family and irrigate their crops, Old Cistern is part of the seven meadow sites and only one of four sites located on the creek side of the community.
Southern exposure at the rear of the property ensures backyard outdoor living is cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Located on level higher ground near the cul-de-sac at the southwestern end of the enclave ensures less traffic and a more tranquil setting.
Old Homestead1.75 Acres
Old Homestead | Homesite 9, 1.75 Acres | Available
Ideally situated at the edge of the original meadow with its convenient proximity to the creek, Old Homestead may have been one of the most likely spots where generations of landowners built their homes.
With 151 feet of frontage and over 500 feet of depth running south to Spruce Creek, this site is home to native oaks, a sprinkling of old hickory trees, and a magnolia tree designated for preservation, gracing the relatively level landscape. Desirable southern exposure for your backyard pursuits and plenty of land offers an infinite amount of possibilities with the creek a short walk from your back door.
Whiskey Run2.45 Acres
Whiskey Run | Homesite 10, 2.45 Acres | Available
Perhaps an ideal location for one of the area’s many bygone-era whiskey stills because of its easy access to water, this home site is the second largest in the portfolio. Whiskey Run is truly unique in that it is a coveted meadow site and one of only two homes sites that adjoin the Landings Creek Reserve, an open passive recreational space set aside to preserve the land’s natural beauty.
Sprinkled with oak, hickory, and magnolia trees, this site is home to a large live oak tree designated for perpetual preservation. One of the deepest sites in the portfolio, Whiskey Run offers direct creek frontage and southern rear exposure.
Spruce Hollow1.79 Acres
Spruce Hollow | Homesite 11, 1.79 Acres | Available
One of only two home sites that adjoin the Landings Creek Reserve, Spruce Hollow has the distinction of being the deepest home site in the portfolio, measuring 690 feet thanks to a long thin sliver of a peninsula that juts out into the creek. The land slopes down deep into the heavily wooded grove of oaks and magnolias to the creek line.
Although accommodating a slightly smaller footprint than other sites in the portfolio, with direct creek front, southern exposure, and the added benefit of adjoining the reserve, Spruce Hollow is one of the portfolio’s most unique jewels.
Hyatt’s Hideaway1.62 Acres
Hyatt’s Hideaway | Homesite 12, 1.62 Acres | Available
Mr. Hyatt Brown reminisced about his adventures as a young boy growing up on this land in the early 1950s and how he sometimes escaped down to the creek to launch his canoe for a lazy afternoon of exploring when the water was high enough. Hyatt’s Hideaway is so named to honor his name and the spirit of that young boy.
Hyatt’s Hideaway is the widest of the creek front sites and peppered with tall pines and thick oaks, two of which are designated for perpetual preservation. A perfect backdrop for your backyard dreams, perhaps you too can escape to the creek to launch your canoe.
Huck Finn1.39 Acres
Huck Finn | Homesite 13, 1.39 Acres | Available
Named for one of America’s most intrepid young adventurers, Huck Finn may have been a perfect spot for a treehouse or two. The front portion of this site is dotted with tall pines, followed by a cluster of old oaks, one of which is designated for perpetual preservation. Tall native palms toward the rear of the buildable area loom above the land.
With 139 feet of frontage and more than 400 feet of depth, Huck Finn ends at the creek where he would surely have stashed a fishing pole and a small dugout canoe. This home site is bound to rekindle your adventurous spirit if you make it your own.
Moonshine Cove1.55 Acres
Moonshine Cove | Homesite 14, 1.55 Acres | Available
To evade detection, small moonshine stills were frequently moved. This location would have been perfect due to its very private and deep forested area and the creek beyond. With 155 feet of frontage, Moonshine Cove is the widest of the direct creek home sites. Large oaks grace the front of the site and dense natural growth to each side ensures privacy.
The perfect setting for your custom estate, Moonshine Cove’s depth extends 468 feet and boasts a pair of the largest protected live oak trees in the portfolio. So say yes to unparalleled privacy…and hopefully no to the moonshine stills.
Deen’s Grant1.7 Acres
Deen’s Grant | Homesite 15, 1.7 Acres | Available
At the very heart of the community sits Deen’s Grant. Named for Patrick Dean, who in 1804 became the very first official landowner under a Spanish grant when he acquired 995 acres of the Mosquito Lands. The old cart path that runs through the community parallel to Adrian Creek Road still bears his name.
Sprinkled with tall pines and oaks, this creek front home site measures 153 feet by 479 feet deep with tall trees and dense foliage on both sides. The rear of the buildable area gives you plenty of room to create a very private oasis for your custom home estate.
Rosemary Falls1.5 Acres
Rosemary Falls | Homesite 16, 1.5 Acres | Available
While exploring with the ICI development team, the intrepid Rosemary attempted to traverse a little tidal stream on an old, very long, slippery log. Then she fell in, coming up wet, muddy, and disheveled. Much laughter ensued as the team pulled her out and documented the event for the company newsletter.
This direct creek home site is densely forested with old oaks and tall pines. Close to the center of the community with tree coverage on all sides for privacy, Rosemary Falls is a grand spot to build your “forever” home. Just be wary of old slippery logs if you decide to traverse a little tidal stream.
Orange Blossom1.37 Acres
Orange Blossom | Homesite 17, 1.37 Acres | Available
This beautiful home site is part of the original family grove from the 1930s. Several old orange trees are still stubbornly producing the blossoms and the fruit for which they are so well known. Orange Blossom is nicely wooded and very private with several oaks and palms, and even a chinaberry tree.
Privacy is yours on all sides and to the rear of your property, offering plenty of buildable space for creative Florida outdoor living with southern exposure. The quiet forest beacons you to explore and extends just over 400 feet to Spruce Creek beyond.
Creek Bend1.46 Acres
Creek Bend | Homesite 18, 1.46 Acres | Available
Part of the old grove with a handful of orange trees still standing, Creek Bend is peppered with mature oaks, palms and a few tall pines. An added bonus for just three of the creek front home sites, a secondary waterway called Little Spruce Creek Branch meanders through the site along its southern end. Here the land beyond carries you directly to the creek and perhaps the finest spot in the portfolio from which to launch your canoe or try your hand at a bit of fishing.
Creek Bend measures 508 feet deep on the eastern boundary, with more than enough open space surrounded by nature’s own privacy for your one-of-a-kind custom estate home.
Grand Cypress1.49 Acres
Grand Cypress | Homesite 19, 1.49 Acres | Available
Measuring ten feet in diameter, one of the largest known Grand Cypress trees in Volusia County lives deep within the forested area of this home site when tidal flow allows passage over Little Spruce Creek Branch. A subject for local tree lovers and artists alike for many years, this magnificent tree is so big and so tall you have to crane your neck to see the top.
One of the longest creek front sites in the portfolio, Grand Cypress is 633 feet deep. Part grove and mostly forest, many tree varieties live here including a stand of old oaks with a protected oak in their number. This home site provides exclusive bragging rights and a special opportunity to showcase your custom estate.
Founders Point1.59 Acres
Founders Point | Homesite 20, 1.59 Acres | Available
The largest and the one of the longest creek front home sites in the portfolio, Founders Point extends 633 feet with a wide swath of land jutting out into Spruce Creek. Heavily forested, towering oaks live throughout this site with two ancient trees designated for perpetual tree preservation, one oak and the other hickory, close together at the east boundary.
The buildable area is enormous with endless possibilities for a secluded over-the-top backyard paradise, and further enhanced by Little Spruce Creek Branch to the south serving as a backdrop to the forest and creek line beyond.
Hunters Crossing1.45 Acres
Hunters Crossing | Homesite 21, 1.45 Acres | SOLD
The long-ago remnants of a hunter’s lean-to located on the front portion of Hunters Crossing offer a window to the past and remind us how this land provided sustenance with plentiful small game for early settlers and 20th-century dwellers alike. One of the longest home sites in the portfolio, this unique home site is heavily populated with many large native oaks, one of which is designated for perpetual preservation.
With southeastern exposure, splendidly private Hunters Crossing offers ample room for an extraordinary custom home estate and extensive backyard living in a truly pristine, Old Florida environment.
Wild Turkey1.4 Acres
Wild Turkey | Homesite 22, 1.4 Acres | SOLD
Located on the cul-de-sac at the southeastern edge of the community, the northern edge was, and still is to this day, a favored path for wild turkeys to scamper to and fro as the land flattens out. Wild Turkey boasts the largest contingency of old hickory trees in the portfolio that are spread throughout the site along with mature oaks and a heritage tree designated for perpetual preservation.
Offering unparalleled privacy, this home site is naturally isolated by the cul-de-sac and a seasonal water retention open space to the north, which attracts all manner of birds and small creatures to its grassy banks.
Sanctuary | Homesite 23, 0.64 Acres | Available
Located at the eastern cul-de-sac’s northern edge, Sanctuary adjoins a seasonal water retention open space, providing a serene setting for a small group of 100+year old family markers located at the very tip of the community.
With only the native birds and wildlife for neighbors to the east, this home site sits on high ground peppered with many large native oaks, especially towards the northern end. With most of this site suitable for building, this is an ideal setting to plan your custom estate home and a spectacular outdoor Florida living pavilion with a view towards the morning sun.
Windrush | Homesite 24, 0.63 Acres | Available
If you listen closely, you can hear the wind from the north and east rustling through the many oak trees and occasional tall pines sprinkled throughout this lovely home site. Aptly named Windrush, it is situated close to the eastern edge of the community and will ensure a minimum of traffic and a peaceful setting.
High and level ground with ample buildable land offers you the ability to create a perfect custom home estate, complete with the Florida outdoor living component of your choice, such as a swimming pool & spa pavilion, a Florida garden landscape, or a mega-playground paradise for the children.
Copper Green0.56 Acres
Copper Green | Homesite 25, 0.56 Acres | Available
Named for the feisty motorcycle “copper,” Harold Green of late 1930s fame, this spot may well have been where he waited to stop and surprise noisy tourists barreling into his town in fancy cars with one of his notorious speeding tickets.
Lots of dense underbrush and old tall oaks gave great cover to Copper Green then, and great privacy for a fortunate homeowner now. On level and high ground, there is an abundance of land to build the custom home estate of your choice and add in a extra special backyard living experience to complete your unique lifestyle.
Turtle Glade0.5 Acres
Turtle Glade | Homesite 26, 0.5 Acres | Available
Long ago, high and dry, wooded ground was the ideal habitat for a range of small and medium-sized animals that sustained a pioneer’s family. Turtle Glade is the first of four perfectly proportioned jewel-box home sites on the portfolio’s north side, named for the woodland creatures that likely lived here in days gone by.
This home site boasts many old oaks and a few palms, with ample room for a large custom estate home with a sizable amount of buildable land to the rear of the site to satisfy even the most ambitious home owner’s backyard dreams.
Raccoon Run0.47 Acres
Raccoon Run | Homesite 27, 0.47 Acres | Available
The second of four perfectly proportioned jewel-box home sites on the portfolio’s north side, Raccoon Run offers over 200 feet of depth and plenty of dense forest at your northern boundary.
Named for the wily raccoons who once foraged here, this level, lightly wooded home site is dotted with oak trees with more than enough room for an oversized pool and enormous hot tub with an extended deck area; possibly the perfect complement to your custom estate home.
Bobcat Ridge0.47 Acres
Bobcat Ridge | Homesite 28, 0.47 Acres | Available
Bobcat Ridge is the third of four perfectly proportioned jewel-box home sites in the portfolio. Bobcats and panthers, the only two big cats native to Florida, likely roamed here to hunt until they became a dire threat to humans and livestock in the mid-19th century when their numbers were greatly diminished.
A century later, minus the big cats, Bobcat Ridge is an ideal spot to let your imagination run “wild” to design something unique to go along with your custom home. Think art studio, Florida garden space, or expansive screened lanai area with a fire pit for cool nights.
Fox Hollow0.49 Acres
Fox Hollow | Homesite 29, 0.49 Acres | Available
In keeping with naming these particular home sites after the wildlife that sustained the first settlers, the gray fox is native to Florida, a tree climber, and prefers inaccessible wooded areas so likely ranged and hunted here.
The last of the four oak-wooded, perfectly proportioned jewel-box home sites in the portfolio, Fox Hollow includes 223 feet of depth on the west side. Tall oaks and native pine trees are scattered throughout the level land and provide a fitting backdrop for your custom home estate and extended Florida outdoor living ideas.
Harvest Moon0.53 Acres
Harvest Moon | Homesite 30, 0.53 Acres | Available
On a clear night with a harvest moon, smugglers and whiskey makers shied away from their infamous activities, while farmers welcomed the extra time to harvest their crops. Named to honor settlers who worked the land, Harvest Moon offers generous frontage and 235 feet of depth on the west boundary. Many native oaks are clustered in the northwest area for added privacy.
With plenty of buildable land to spare, imagine your custom home with a breezeway to a tiny guest cottage, a woodworking shop, or perhaps a child’s ultimate playhouse; just some of the ideas to take advantage of this natural Florida setting.
Adrian’s Path0.61 Acres
Adrian’s Path | Homesite 31, 0.61 Acres | Available
Speculated to be part of the old foot trail to the creek, this spectacular corner lot just east of the entrance is named for J. Adrian Brown, the patriarch who purchased the property in 1949 and whose family cared for the land for more than fifty years. The very wide easement on the west side serves as an additional buffer to the entryway benefiting the discerning buyer who can appreciate
Oaks scattered throughout this highly desirable home site add privacy to the north and west side, leaving more than enough land to handle most estate plans with room to the rear for your backyard paradise.